|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: A Child's View Of Colour (String Parts)|This work, composed for Children's Voices and String Quartet, was commissioned by the Young People's Chorus of New York City.8.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Mose (Vocal Score)|Composer's Notes:
When I was asked to write a piece to celebrate the restoration of Michelangelo?s MosŤ, I returned to the paper written by Sigmund Freud on the sculpture which I had discovered by chance many years ago. Freud?s fascination with the MosŤ began in 1901 when he visited San Pietro in Vincoli for the first time. A series of subsequent visits culminated in the publication of the Moses of Michaelangelo in 1914, from which I have used two extracts to ?frame? the main body of my text which consists of selections from Michelangelo?s own letters.
In 1505 Michelangelo was summoned to Rome by Pope Julis II and was commissioned to build a tomb which would reflect the magnificence of the Pontiff?s reign. Forty years and four Popes later, the tomb, modified and scaled down due to a variety of financial and political changes of circumstance, was completed. The letters give the impression of an idealist at work: Michelangelo personally selected each piece of marble and supervised its transportation to Rome by his more worldly and capricious paymasters. His creative and artistic frustrations are mirrored by problems of a more a practical nature; payment for both his services and the materials is erratic. At one point his is accused of embezzling funds.
The complete text tells the story of an artists struggle and eventual triumph against external circumstances. The MosŤ, by virtue of its very nature combines the elements of the physical and the spiritual with which Michelangelo challenged and eventually triumphed over the restraints of the context in which he had to work. The lovingly selected and cared for marble in the hands of the unpaid, exploited artist is transformed into something more substantial and eternal. Michael Nyman3.50 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Miserere|
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|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Double Concerto (Solo Parts)|Michael Nyman's Double Concerto was commissioned by Mazda Cars (UK) Limited. The work was first performed by John Harle (Saxophone), Julian Lloyd Webber (Cello) and the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by James Judd on 8 March 1997 at the Royal Festival Hall, London. Performance duration: 28 minutes.
Available here are the solo Saxophone and Cello parts of Nyman's Double Concerto.29.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: First Waltz In D (Parts)|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Balancing The Books|Balancing The Books was commissioned by the swingle singers for the Bach 250th anniversary celebrations. The work uses material from the C sharp Major Preludes from Bach's two books of the 48 Preludes and Fugues. This forms part of a series of new works by leading European composers. Voir couverture
There are no words, the singers use their own syllables. Scored for SSAATTBB.3.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Masque (Score)|
|Di-Arezzo||Nyman: In Re Don Giovanni For (Amplified) String Quartet|Set of Parts for Nyman's 'In Re Don Giovanni' for amplified string quartet. The arrangement for string quartet was made at the request of Alexander Balanescu for the Bicentenary of Mozart's death in 1991. It was first performed by the Balanescu Quartet at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, 1991. Duration 3 minutes. Full score also available on sale. 13.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: String Quartet No. 4 (Parts)|String Quartet No.4 was written for the Camilli Quartet who gave the first performance at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, April 1995. It is dedicated to the memory of Nyman's composition teacher, Alan Bush. Duration 40 minutes. A score is available for sale. 53.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: String Quartet No. 1 Parts|String Quartet No.1 is dedicated to the memory of Thurston Dart. It was commissioned by the Arditti Quartet and first performed by them on 23 September 1985, Warsaw. Duration 26 minutes. The score for this work is also available on sale. 32.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: On The Fiddle For Cello And Piano|On The Fiddle consists of three pieces derived from scores to three Peter Greenaway films. Voir couverture
The first piece Full Fathom Five, is a version of the Shakespeare song setting made for Prospero's Books (1990).
The second Angelfish Decay, is an arrangement of an arrangement: the music for the speeded up time lapse decaying animal sequences in A Zed And Two Noughts (1985) was written for two violins and a harpsichord. This was subsequently 'reduced' to a violin solo for Zoo Caprices (1986). For On The Fiddle a piano part has been added.
The final piece Miserere Paraphrase, was written for use in The Cook, The Thief, His Wife And Her Lover (1989), and is a transcription of Nyman's setting of the 'Miserere' text (Psalm 51) sung in the film by a boy soprano and mixed chorus.
This version for cello and piano written in 1997. Duration c.15 mins.17.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Where The Bee Dances Soprano Saxophone|Solo Saxophone part. Voir couverture
Where The Bee Dances was commissioned by the Bournemouth Sinfonietta, and premiered 13 July 1991 at the Cheltenham Festival.6.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: I'll Stake My Cremona To A Jew's Trump (Score)|Work commissioned by Alexander Balanescu and Elisabeth Perry for electronically modified Violin and Viola with simultaneous singing.9.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: String Quartet No. 3 Score|String Quartet No.3 was written for, and first performed by the Balanescu Quartet, February 1990 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London. Duration 16 minutes. Instrumental parts are available on sale.Quoting composer: In the summer of 1989 I composed a choral work, Out of the Ruins, for Agnieszka Piotrowska?s BBC2 documentary which dealt with the physical and emotional responses of some inhabitants of Leninakhan to the earthquake which devastated Armenia the previous December. When he heard the recording of the work that I made with the Holy Echmiadzin Chorus under the fervent conducting of Khoren Meykhanejian, Alex Balanescu suggested turning Out of the Ruins into a string quartet. There seemed no reason or opportunity to do this until I felt the need to add to the intensity of my experiences in Armenia the no less profound experience of witnessing the images of the Romanian revolution on television during the later part of December 1989.The compositional procedure was as follows: to take Out of the Ruins as a template on which the Romanian vocal or instrumental music would be superimposed, quite often stretched into new intervallic shapes though the demands of the completely performed harmonic structure.
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|Di-Arezzo||Nyman: I Am An Unusual Thing (Score)|A song composed for Letters, Riddles and Writs directed by Jeremy Newson in 1990/1. Devised for the Artifax/BBC 'NOT MOZART' series commemorating the bicentenary of Mozart's death, the film takes as song texts extracts from Mozart's letters and a set of riddles he wrote and distributed in Vienna during the 1787 Carnival. This song combines one such riddle with a remark Mozart made about his professional prospects shortly before his death, and is based entirely on extracts from two of his Haydn quarters.8.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Piano Concerto In Full Score|Concerto, for piano and small orchestra, based entirely on material selected from the soundtrack for the film The Piano. Commissioned by the Festival de Lille, it was composed in spring 1993 and first performed by Kathryn Stott with the Orchestre National de Lille under Jean-Claude Casadesus on 26th September 1993. 34.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Piano Sings (Parts) Soprano Saxophone And String Quartet|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: To Morrow|Scored for Soprano and Organ. This work was commissioned by the Bath Festival Trust, and first performed in 1994 as part of the Bath International Music Festival.5.50 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Ariel Songs (From Prospero's Books) Version 1|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Ballad Of Kastriot Rexhepi For Soprano And String Quartet (Score And Parts)|The Ballad of Kastriot Rexhepi was commissioned by the Santa Monica Museum of Arts as an original score for the installation The Ballad of Kastriot Rexhepi by Mary
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|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Waltz In F (Parts)|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Strong On Oaks, Strong On The Causes Of Oaks|This work was written by Michael Nyman towards the end of 1997, commissioned by the English Sinfonia to celebrate the orchestra's taking up residence in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The first performance was given by the English Sinfonia under Bramwell Toevy at the Royal Festival Hall, London, on 14 April 1998.Voir couverture
Duration c. 17mins.
Instrumentation:; 2 FLUTES; 2 OBOES; 2 CLARINETS IN Bb; 2 BASSOONS; 2 HORNS IN F; 2 TRUMPETS IN Bb; TIMPANI; STRINGS32.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Nyman: Self Laudatory Hymn Of Inanna (Score)|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Piano Collection|Nyman is one of the most commercially successful composers of the 20th century and his music has struck a chord with audiences the world over. His award-winning scores have graced countless significant films including The Piano, Detroit: Ruin Of A City and Gattaca.Voir couverture
This special collection of Nyman's Piano music includes previously unpublished works from Nyman's 2005 CD The Piano Sings. All works have been transcribed and restored to solo Piano arrangements, offering his most successful and best-loved pieces in one superb volume.18.99 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
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|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Piano|Six original compositions for solo piano, by Michael Nyman, from the award winning film by Jane Campion. Voir couverture
English composer Michael Nyman has developed into one of the most popular, if not important, composers of film music, and his film score for the 1992 film the Piano is without doubt the most famous and familiar of his compositions. The tone of Campion?s film is perfectly emphasised by Nyman?s style and though much here is beautiful and rich, it is a haunting and foreboding sound picture that reflects the greys of sea, sky and spirit.9.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
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|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: String Quartet No. 1 Score|There are two primary ideas behind this composition, the first being to create and almost orchestral chamber music, the idea for this coming from a performance of the Grosse Fuge performed by the Arditti Quartet. The second idea was to excercise the impressive and oppresive history of the string quartet by making the work a compendium of quotations from quartet repertoire.Influence from Schoenberg can be heard in chromatic, harmonic sequences and modal/diatonic varioations are also actively displayed within the piece. The quartet is written with amplification in mind and it is the composer's preference that it is performed in this way. String Quartet No.1 is dedicated to the memory of Thurston Dart. It was commissioned by the Arditti Quartet and first performed by them on 23 September 1985, Warsaw. Duration 26 minutes. Instrumental parts are available on sale.17.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Songs For Tony|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: For John Cage Brass Ensemble|Score for this piece, which was comissioned by London Brass and first performed in 1992.Quoting composer: The piece was completed without title on 12th August 1992. A title once considered was Canons, Chorales and Waltzes, but this was dropped since there was only one canon (the opening) and only genuine waltz (apart from a passage towards the end which superimposes the canon over a waltz rhythm). The following day I read the paper that John Cage had died - the day I finished writing. For this reason, but mainly because Cage was the most revolutionary practical music thinker of the 20th century, this piece is dedicated to him. His influence on my music may be perceived under the 'very un-Cagein' surface: though stylistically there may be little in For John Cage that may have been to his taste, I hope he would at least have appreciated its diversity, its non-simultaneous multiplicity.Parts are available on hire or special order. Duration 15 minutes.9.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Six Celan Songs For Low Female Voice And Piano|This cycle of settings of poems by Paul Celan was written between May and July 1990 for Ute Lemper. The texts are taken from the following collections: 'Chanson einer Dame im Schatten' and 'Corona' from Mohn und Gedachtnis(1952), 'Nachtlich geschurzt' from Von Schwelle zu Schwelle (1955), 'Blume' from Sprachgitter (1959), and 'Es war Erde in ihnen' and 'Psalm' from Die Niemandsrose of 1963.The settings of 'Corona' and 'Blume' both introduce an eight-bar chord sequence derived from Chopin's Mazurka in A minor, Op.17 No.4 (the introduction to which was used by Gorecki in his Symphony No.3). Piano and voice version written in 1997 at the request of Hilary Summers.24.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: On The Fiddle For Violin And Piano|On The Fiddle consists of three pieces derived from scores to three Peter Greenaway films. The first piece Full Fathom Five, is a version of the Shakespeare song setting made for Prospero's Books (1990). The second 'Angelfish Decay', is an arrangement of an arrangement: the music for the speeded up time lapse decaying animal sequences in A Zed And Two Noughts (1985) was written for two violins and a harpsichord. This was subsequently 'reduced' to a violin solo for Zoo Caprices (1986). For 'On The Fiddle' a piano part has been added. The final piece 'Miserere Paraphrase', was written for use in The Cook, The Thief, His Wife And Her Lover (1989), and is a transcription of Nyman's setting of the 'Miserere' text (Psalm 51) sung in the film by a boy soprano and mixed chorus. First performed on 27 August 1993. Duration c.15 mins. Score and part included. 17.95 EUR - Voir plus - Acheter
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Zoo Caprices For Solo Violin|A transcription of a work for small orchestra (the score for Peter Greenaway's film A Zed & Two Noughts) scored for solo violin. Composed and first performed in Paris in 1986. Edited by Alexander Balanescu. 9.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
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|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Yamamoto Perpetuo for Solo Violin|Yamamoto Perpetuo was composed in 1993 at the request of Yohji Yamamoto to accompany his fashion show in Paris. Written with Alexander Balanescu in mind it became a virtuoso work in twelve movements. It subsequently became in its entirety the first violin part of Michael Nyman?s String QuartetNo.4.17.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Revisiting The Piano|Available for the first time for solo piano, here are four fabulous arrangements from the motion-picture soundtrack of The Piano plus the two favourite themes from the award-winning film by Jane Campion. This is another wonderfully presented edition with stills from the film, an origianl manuscript sketch and note from Nyman to lead actress Holly Hunter, who performs the pieces herself in the film.9.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
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|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Time Will Pronounce For Violin, Cello And Piano|For violin, cello and piano'The title 'Time Will Pronounce'is taken from the last lines of Joseph Brodsky?s poem 'Bosnia Tune' which deals with the horror of the unnecessary, unacceptable daily deaths in Bosnia during 1992 (and still in 1993): ?Time, whose sharp blood-thirsty quill parts the killed from those who kill, will pronounce the latter tribe as your type?. The violin and cello are (generally) treated as a unit independent of the piano. The form (generally) alternates slow and fast tempi, without motivation. The musical ideas are (generally) carried over from section to section. (Generally) the harmonic, melodic and textual materials features third and semitones derived (generally) from the movement of the bass part in the opening bars.19.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Promise|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Wonderland (Solo Piano)|
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat Chamber Opera (Vocal Score)|Chamber Opera. Libretto by Oliver Sacks, Christopher Rawlence and Michael Morris after The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat by Oliver Sacks. First performed on 27 October 1986. Duration 1hr 10 minutes. A full score is available for hire or purchase, performance material is available for hire. Scored for Soprano, Tenor, Baritone, Harp, Piano, 2 Violins, Viola, 2 Cellos.34.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Nyman: Drowning By Numbers (Study Score)|Drowning By Numbers, arranged by the composer from his sound-track for the film by Peter Greenaway for Violin, Viola, and Chamber Orchestra. This work was commissioned by the London Mozart Players, and first performed December 1998 at the Warwick Arts Centre. Duration 20 minutes. Full Score and parts are available on hire from the publishers. Instrumentation: Solo Violin, Solo Viola, 2 Flutes, Oboe, Cor Anglais, 2 B Flat Clarinets, 2 Bassoons, 2 Horns in F, 2 Trumpets in C, Bass Trombone, Piano, Strings (188.8.131.52.2).27.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Three Pieces For Solo Harpsichord|These three solo harpsichord pieces are a collection of recent compositions, each with an individual theme and idea. The first, The convertibility of Lute Strings, was first performed at the Purcell Room, London in 1992. The second, Tango for Tim was written in memory of a friend and composer Tim Souster, which was composed and first performed in 1994. The third piece, Elisabeth Gets Her Way, is an extended version of the cadenza which Elisabeth Chojnacka persuaded Michael Nyman to add to his Harpsichord Concerto, which includes material from the first two pieces in this album. 17.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
|Di-Arezzo||Michael Nyman: Viola And Piano|Viola and Piano was commissioned for the Hindermith Viola Festival and Kim Kashkashian and written during the summer of 1995, Viola and Piano is the third in an erratic series of virtuoso works for solo instrument and piano. The first performance was given by Kim Kashkashian and Peter Nagy, London 1995. Duration 10 minutes. Score and separate viola part included.17.95 EUR - Voir plus - AcheterVoir couverture
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